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>> reporter: we're live in san jose, where a couple endured some frightening moments during a home invasion that ended in a car crash. we'll tell you where police are at in their investigation. a deadly crash on an oakland freeway this morning. the many questions that surround this tragedy. >> reporter: if you take the bus in the east bay, be prepared for some changes today. we'll tell you what's in store for passengers. and shaming people to help curb prostitution. "mornings on 2" starts right now.
this is a live look in san jose, where we're following developing news right now, police say there was a home invasion in this neighborhood earlier this morning. but the investigation is not ending there. nearly three hours ago, a stolen suv connected to that previous scene crashed into a home in this part of the city. coming up in two minutes, ktvu's janine de la vega explains the common link that pieces it altogether. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm brian flores. dave clarke is off today. let's get your day started with weather and traffic. steve, it won't be as hot as yesterday. >> it will not unless you are up to clearlake. they will be in the 90s. most locations are up to brentwood, oakley. vacaville. but for most. a huge increase in the fog means a big cooldown on the afternoon temperatures. started yesterday about 3:00,
4:00. on the coast, it started about noon. for inland temperatures, it what 100 -- it was 100. so the 32-mile-an-hour wind at travis. west-northwest oakland, suisun bay, 50s and 60s. these are noticeably cooler than yesterday. the fog really came flying up the coast. the higher clouds as well, tropical clouds out of the picture as well. cooler for almost everybody. there is a big fog bank out there. 50s or 60s on the temperatures. 80s for some or very low 90s. here's sal. we have a lot of slow traffic here along the east bay commute as you are driving. we'll start off with the eastshore freeway and traffic is moving along pretty well as you drive in berkeley but the entire trip is making 25 minutes. your average speed is about 45 miles an hour. so you will see definitely slow
spots. bay bridge toll plaza, we have a look at the toll plaza, it's a 25, 30-minute drive unless you are in the carpool lanes getting across to the san francisco side. i do want to mention that we have a problem on northbound 101 reported at embarcadero road. it's a motorcycle crash in the lanes and traffic is beginning to get slow in this area in palo alto. you might want to think about using 280 as an alternate route. northbound 101 near embarcadero. this could affect the sunnyvale and mountain view commute as well. traffic is still slow on northbound 880 near 98th avenue in oakland following the death of a woman on the freeway. the 911 call came in around 4:20 this morning. witnesses spotted the body in the lanes on northbound 880 near the 98th avenue offramp. a coca-cola rig big was pulled over to the side. investigators are not sure if the truck killed the woman hitting her or if the woman jumped. back to the desk. thank you, sal. developing news in san jose, where police are investigating
two different crime scenes. earlier this morning, janine de la vega was at singleton and center roads where a stolen car crashed into a vacant hole. now she's a few miles away where there's a connection. good morning. >> reporter: it's still an active scene. in this neighborhood in east san jose near capitol expressway, crime scene technicians have been going in and out of one of the homes here that was robbed. we're told the couple was threatened with weapons. here is a map of the two crime scenes. the home invasion occurred 0 sun shadow lane in east san jose around 4:00 this morning. authorities says suspects then traveled on -- say the suspects then traveled on highway 101 for several miles in an suv. they had stolen from the home. a chp car followed it. it ended up crashing at singleton and center road.
here is video of that suv that smashed into a vacant home. the chp officers didn't realize it was tied to a home invasion. they originally started following it because it was speeding. after the vehicle crashed, they arrested the 15-year-old male passengers. the male driver ran away, which prompted police to set up a perimeter and to a yard-to-yard search. they were unable to locate him. police are now collecting evidence and processing the scene at the home invasion. they say the couple who was robbed was not serious injured but officers say there are signs of forced entry there. >> given the circumstances, both victims are doing remarkably well, i would say. >> reporter: does it appear to be targeted or random? >> it's hard to say. it's part of what we're investigating. >> reporter: the stolen suv was towed from the crash scene and taken by police. they will be taking fingerprints off it and searching for evidence. we'll be looking to see if any items stolen from the home
invasion are inside. police continue to have the neighborhood where the home invasion occurred roped off with crime tape while they investigate. they are looking to see if any of the homes here have any surveillance cameras that captured anything. they are conducting interviews at this time. at this point, they don't have any information yet that they are releasing to us about that second suspect who is still at large. we'll continue to monitor the situation and bring it to you in the next hour of "mornings on 2." reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:06. fairfield firefighters are warning people about the dangers of fireworks after sparklers ignited a large grass fire. it was reported at 9:30 last night above highway 80. firefighters say this is close to a trailer park for senior citizens. firefighters say this area has burned several times in the last few years. so they knew what to expect. a fire investigator found
sparklers near where the fire began. all types of fireworks are illegal in the city of fairfield. this year erk the dry conditions and -- this year, the dry conditions and heat make it more dangerous to use them. >> lighting them off in a city street is dangerous enough but doing it in an open field is a recipe for disaster. >> firefighters were able to get ahead of the fire at the last moment before it got out of control. firefighters in oakland are taking extra precautions ahead of the 4th of july holiday. they've set up collection bins at fire stations where people can get rid of fireworks with no questions asked. in oakland, all fireworks are illegal. those caught face a fine of $1,000. for a list of the fire stations with barrels, visit ktvu.com and look under the hot topics section. a leprechaun-style green top hat helped police track down a man suspected of starting a fire in san rafael. according to the marin
independent journal. juan duran was arrested for setting fire to dry brush near the elks lodge on mission avenue. it happened saturday night after duran tried to crash a wedding reception at the lodge. after being asked to leave, police say a manager saw him flick a lighter or lit matches into the match. the fire was put out and did not cause any damage. he was arrested outside a bar about two blocks away still wearing that green leprechaun- style hat. 7:08. happening today, if you rerye on a.c. transit to get -- rely on a.c. transit to get around, be prepared for changes. tara moriarty is live from a bus stop in oakland with more on what's being eliminated today. tara? >> reporter: well, no more paper transfers, starting today you will have to buy an unlimited use all day pass to board the bus. that will cost you $5. a.c. transit wanted to do that because it will take let time for people to board the bus.
a.c. transit officials say fares will not be increasing from the current $2.10 but passengers will have to pay the full fare each time they board. anybody using a clipper card will have the all-day pass. while officials say this new change will stream line the system some riders argue that eliminating transfers increase those needing to go to the doctor. they say it affects a small amount of people and boils down to 30 cents more under the new fare program. we'll talk to riders this morning to see how they feel about all of these changes. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. also today, golden gate transit and ferry prices are going up. bus fares are increasing between 25 cents and 50 cents but there's no change to marin county local fares. fares for clipper cardholders won't increase as much on some
routes. changes amoved by muni go -- approved by muni go into effect. there's a one-dollar increase for parking permits for these who live in the city or businesses who operate there. starting this sunday, parking meters are free again on sundays and in september, bus fares go up 25 cents and monthly prices increase to $68. the contract for workers at all of the west coast ports expires in ten hours. that's leading to concerns about a work stoppage. truckers are trying to get their work in and out before tonight. the two are expected to continue contract talks. both sides say they want to avoid a repeat of the ten-day lockout that happened in 2002. the west coast ports handle 44% of all cargo in the u.s. for the first time in six years, california workers
earning minimum wage are getting a pay raise. starting today, they will earn $9 an hour. that's a one-dollar increase. in 18 months they will get another dollar an hour pay raise. many california cities including several in the bay area already require businesses to pay higher minimum wages. well, coming up squatters kicked out of an abandoned building in vallejo. >> they are moving back in. >> already? >> already. >> coming up at 7:30, what neighbors and some of the squatters are calling for in a frustrating game of cat and mouse. good morning. we're looking at a commute where traffic is going to be busier in some spots now in the south bay getting into the valley. we'll run that down for you. we'll have another look at the bay bridge. we're also looking at a very big fog bank which was not there yesterday. but it's there today in all its
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7:13. the u.s. military is sending 300 more troops to iraq. pentagon says the focus of the additional troops will be to protect the u.s. embassy and the airport in baghdad. this is in addition to the 300 u.s. military advisers sent earlier this month to assist the iraqi military in its fight against sunni extremists who have already seized control of portions of iraq. president obama plans to expand safeguards for federal transgender workers. the president announced the move last night during a reception at the white house marking pride month. the executive order offers formal protection because it would add gender identity to a list of other classes such as
race. at least two other measures already prevent the federal government for firing people for being transgender. still, advocates say the move is a powerful act of recognition for the transgender community. coming up on 7:15 now in san francisco, police are investigating a possible hate crime after two women were attacked during gay pride weekend. it happened saturday along 9th street near mission at 5:30 p.m. the women leasting the festival when -- were leaving the festival when the men approached them. they kicked the women. one woman has a broken wrist. anyone who saw what happened is asked to call san francisco police. a south carolina state trooper has been suspended without pay after threatening to use a pacer on an nfl -- taser on an nfl player during a traffic stop. >> the next thick you are gonna get it -- thing you are gonna get is a taser. >> this dashcam video shows the
incident last wednesday in lawrence county, south carolina. investigators say sam montgomery was gl 89 miles an hour in a -- was going 89 miles an hour in a 55-mile-an-hour zone. they say a trooper can use discretion for those going 25 miles over the speed limit but they also say this trooper's behavior was not professional. it's a big day for the u.s. men's soccer team. a win over belgium and they advance to the quarterfinals. lose and they go home. the city of san francisco will set up a big screen at civic center plaza. a large crowd turned out for the match against germany. the u.s. game starts at 1:00 this afternoon. before that at 9:00, it's argentina verses switzerland. and the world cup is helping facebook set a record. the social networking site says the international soccer tournament has triggered 1
billion interactions. most of the world cup action is being driven by brazil. the game that drummed up the most activity was brazil's opening match against croatia. new york city police want amateur acrobats who perform on subway trains to take a seat. so far this year, police say they've arrested more than 240 people on misdemeanor charges related to acrobats on subway cars. you could do that, right, brian? [laughter] >> that's compared to 40 this time last year. the subway acrobats say they are out to entertain and make a little cash but police say they create a safety risk for passengers and low-grade crime like this can create a greater sense of disorder and encourage more offenders. >> you should see sal when he goes on b.a.r.t. to the giants' games. [laughter] let's go to sal. >> especially after a win,
brian. you are absolutely right. [laughter] >> yeah. >> happy, you know. >> they need one, by the way. >> they sure do. let's take a look at what we have for this tuesday morning commute. you can see northbound 280 is already very slow out of downtown san francisco up to about highway 17. then it frees up for your ride into cupertino. i can put the whole thing on the map for you. 280 northbound, you can see we just showed it to you here on the camera. there it is. it gets better after highway 17. 101 is not that bad. i will say that northbound 101 in palo alto right near embarcadero, they are clearing up a motorcycle accident as we get closer to the end of the week, a lot of people have friday off because it's the 4th. we'll start to see traffic get lighter which is always a welcome site for everybody. let's take a look at the picture. this is the bay bridge toll plaza. that's about a 20, 25-minute delay getting into san francisco with no major problems on the bridge. still some slow traffic by the way on northbound 880 approaching the coliseum due to an earlier problem that's gone. let's go to steve.
what a difference a day makes. yesterday no fog. today a lot of fog. some locations well enough inland may not get the effects of that. by that, i mean lake county. greta in middletown, we were 105. i doubt you cool off that much. a solid fog bank. it will be cooler today. cooler today. breezy to windy. it looks warm he on the 4th -- warmer on the 4th. not crazy hot. kentwood, oak mont, 102. today, 82, 97, 90, 86. the west wind cranked up last night in the delta. the fog came screaming up the coast, went by monterey, slammed into santa cruz around 1:00 yesterday. and then by 4:00, that west wind kicked in. we'll go 65 in san francisco. that's a little bit below average. 67 is normal for july 1st.
talk about fog. it's sold out. the higher clouds yesterday definitely put some higher humidity in there. if it felt tropical to you, that's why. the fog coast and bay will keep things held in check. 23, gusts to 32. some of the higher elevations showing a west wind. these are way down compared to yesterday. we had upper 60s at this time yesterday. on the peninsula, foster city, 58. la honda, 48. that's much, much cooler. menlo park, 62. 63 out in sacramento. 60 in ukiah. they will be about 95 today. but still some very, very big drops on these temperatures as the fog banks flexes its muscles. it's been working out, drinking the powder shakes. ready to rock. cooler for most. there is a big fog bank out there. temperatures will go from 60s, 70s, 80s. st. helena, clearlake, 96. 94 vacaville.
walnut creek a good fresh breeze, 84. 66 alameda. brentwood to oakley, 92. pleasanton, 87. hayward, 70. 81 san jose. 90 gilroy. they were 96 yesterday. santa cruz, 68. 80 redwood city, 68 san bruno. 59 pacifica and 60 half moon bay. it looks slightly warmer for the 4th of july weekend but not until sunday really. 60s, 70s and 80s. i will deal with the fireworks and fog forecast on thursday. not today. fog will be with us wednesday into thursday. it looks like a slight warmup for inland temperatures as we go into the weekend. despite the recent hot weather police are warning people about leaving doors and windows open. more than 50% of home burglaries involve wide open windows and doors. officers on patrol yesterday were looking for potential targets for thieves. police also suggest always responding. if someone knocks on your front door even if you talk through
the closed door. they say burglars often knock first just to see if someone is home. all right. 7:21. a youth counselor shot and killed on a playground right in front of a group of children. coming up in 20 minutes what we're learning about the victim and the steps police are taking to prevent more violence. >> we've been camping all our lives. and first time anything like this has happened. what started as a temporary plan is looking more long-term. up next, the decision that's disappointing campers and will cost one bay area county a lot of money.
old marin man was convicted in the shooting of another man at the transit center on december 14th, 2012. police say corey jerson was standing at the platform when the gunman approached him and opened fire. the california drought is forcing campers to find another place to go this summer. they are closing the popular memorial park to overnight campers through midoctober. pescadero creek is the only water source to the park and the water has dropped to an emergency level. the park is giving people who had reservations a refund or changing their reservations to next year. even though it's off limits to overnight campers, people can still use the 500-acre park during the day. >> being 87, i don't have too many more years that i can do this. >> we've been camping all our lives and this is the first time anything like this has
happened. >> reporter: people who visit the park during the day will have to bring their own water, however. the park is also saving water by putting up portable toilets and closing the flushable ones. the summer campground closure is a first in the park's 90- year history. 7:25. tonight, berkeley could decide to join the fight against sugary drinks. the city council will consider putting a soda tax measure on the november ballot. it would call for a penny per ounce tax on soda, sweetened teas and other drinks with added sugar. diet see da, milk, alcohol, baby formula and 100% juices wok exempt. if the tax passes, the money would go to the city's general fund. san francisco has a similar tax measure on its ballot. richmond voters rejected this tax in 2012. there is a new report that finds side affects to vaccines are extremely rare. that is according to 60
studies. it also found there is no evidence that immuneny zigses cause -- immunizations cause autism. a doctor says like all drugs vaccines can cause side affects. she said they are extremely rare and the benefits greaty outweigh the risks. a new development in oakland in mayor quan's fender- bender. what the attorney for the other driver is telling ktvu news about the accident. a former building in vallejo taken over by squatters. the recurring problem even though the building has been cleared out. we're checking the bridges, including the san mateo bridge. traffic looks good on the bridge. there's something you should be aware about on highway 101. we'll tell you more about that when we come back. we have a fog bank that's decided to be large and in charge.
good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm brian flores. dave is off today. let's get the day started with weather and traffic. still pretty foggy out there. >> for many. >> not too far inland but on the coast and parts of the bay, definitely. a really good delta breeze establishing itself. fairfield, suisun, pittsburg. it's there in full force. it will give us a rather significant cooldown. 50s on the temperatures, very low 60s. livermore, 61. walnut creek, 61. fairfield, 60 but they've had gusts to 35. that means they will cool down. some of the higher elevations are in the mid-60s. most are way down. san jose state state 56. saratoga, 58. gilroy, 56. the higher clouds move out. the humidity factor comes in. there's lot of fog to go around. fog, sun, breezy, windy at times. cooler for most except for lake county and mendocino. everyone else should get a cooldown.
that fog and west wind equal a big drop in the temperatures. 80s to 90s. 50s, 60s, 7 -- 70s closer to the coast. we're starting off with the san mateo bridge. you can see westbound 92 traffic is moderately heavy, although it's not stop and go, as it has been in earlier hours. and also yesterday, we had a particularly bad day on this bridge. a lot of people getting to the peninsula, though, will see a crash in palo alto on 101 at embarcadero road. it was the northbound direction but it caused some slow traffic southbound. also might have affected traffic coming west of the dumbarton bridge which is slow in the area. also want to take a look at the east bay commute where 880 southbound as you drive down to union city and fremont is pretty much filled in until you get to about stevenson boulevard. 580 is the same. it's 580 slow from the grant line exit all the way out to the main part of livermore. it gets a little bit better in dublin. let's take a live look at the
bay bridge toll plaza. this is about a 20-minute drive time from the end of the line until you get to the san francisco side of the bridge. 7:32. back to the desk. all right, sal. thank you. city leaders in vallejo are struggling to deal with squatters at an abandoned building near mare island. alex savidge is live with the stubborn problem that's frustrating for neighbors. >> reporter: good morning. the city has cleared out this abandoned building at least four times. but squatters continue to come back and it was just yesterday when vallejo police and public works officials came out here and they ordered more than a dozen homeless people from this old navy building close to mare island. but ours later, earlier in the evening, some of them are back out here, even though the place was boarded up tight, neighbors believe they were trying to get back inside. people who live inside say the world war ii building at tennessee and wilson is known for prostitution, drug dealing and violent crime.
it's been an eyesore for the past decade. two homeless women tell ktvu they don't have any other options. >> we understand it's trespassing but it's all we have right now. there's more than ten families in there. what else -- it's not just one or two families. there's several families in there. >> it has to be bad out there. >> they need to provide us to shelters. they have nothing for us. nowhere for us to go. >> reporter: this building was the badge and pass building. it was the first stop to get on the old mare island navy base. people living nearby now say they want this building demolished. that's something the city is, in fact, looking into. as we bring you back out here live to a picture, you can see there is a surveillance camera on the property. there is a monitor who monitors it and orders them to away through a speaker. but still, this problem
persists. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. this morning firefighters are trying to figure out what started a brush fire that threatened a number of homes in south san jose. it burned about 125 acres near santa teresa county park and curry drive. that's south of 85. the fire started at around 1:45 yesterday afternoon and quickly spread uphill. homes were evacuated around the burning hillside. but people were allowed to return yesterday evening. one woman says she saw a young man running from the area shortly after the fire started. fire investigators have not said if they believe the fire was intentionally set. all fire stations in oakland will be opened today. oakland's improving economy and brighter budget picture has allowed the city to end the brownouts which began a few years ago. new this morning, pg&e
crews are making progress on restoring power after an outage that left thousands of people in the dark earlier this morning in the east bay. it began around 4:30 a.m. in the san pablo area. pg&e says that at the peak of the outage, nearly 6,000 customers were affected. the agency now says only 28 customers are without power. the cause appears to be equipment failure on the top of the power pole in el cerrito. pg&e expects power to be fully restored in the next 15 minutes. two men are in the hospital after being stabbed in a street fight in san francisco. it happened at 2:15 this morning on o'farrell and larkin street in the tenderloin district. police say it started with some kind of fight involving a large crowd. police say they will now look at surveillance video in hope of finding the -- in hopes of finding the suspect. anyone with information should call police. a campus supervisor for a
livermore charter school is accused of molesting a statement. 30-year-old jason quero is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl at livermore valley charter school back in 2010 and 2011. the girl reported the alleged molestation to police last week. quero was arrested on friday and fired from his job. >> we're not ruling out the idea of additional victims but we don't have anything that points to additional ville victim -- victims. >> police say he taught karate between 2001 and 2005. police are asking anyone who thinks their child may have been a victim to come forward. there are new questions about the recent car crash involving oakland mayor jean quan. this is surveillance video of her suv moments before it collided with another car at market and 26th in oakland last month. the attorney for the other driver says quan has not provided proof of insurance. the mayor has not responded to our request for comment but she
tells the san francisco chronicle the car is insured by the city. the other driver's attorney says he's sent a letter to quan asking for insurance details. quan said she gave the letter to the city's lawyer. jury deliberations resume in the civil trial involving former b.a.r.t. police officer jats. oscar grant's father -- officer johannes mehserle. oscar grant's father says that johannes mehserle intentionally killed his son. heald college is up for sale. corinthian owns heald. the u.s. department of education has put a freeze on grants and loans for students after they failed to meet the
demands for information on practices on student successes. they are facing legal action by california and other states which came the for profit colleges used deceptive marketing tack tis. they have locations in san francisco, hayward, concord and san jose. so far, they've not reported any potential buyers. this morning, caltrans is warning drivers about now major closure of interstate 280 in san francisco that begins tomorrow night. this time the northbound lanes will be closed during the 4th of july holiday weekend for freeway repair work. caltrans is shutting down the lanes between the 101, 280 interchange and downtown san francisco. the closure is scheduled to begin at 9:00 tomorrow night. the freeway is scheduled to reopen at 5:00 on monday morning. now, the southbound lanes will remain open. you may remember a stretch of southbound 280 in san francisco was closed over the memorial day weekend for a similar highway project. another closure is planned for
the labor day holiday weekend. starting today, gas powered leaf blowers are banned in los gatos. in addition, the leaf blowers will be restricted to 65- decibels and can only be used on weekdays between 8:00 and 5:00 p.m. on saturday, 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. they can not be used on sundays or holidays. violaters could face fines of as much as $500. this morning, the 49ers will have another mass transit dry run for levi stadium. the 9ers are teaming up with the valley transportation authority to make sure things go smoothly on game days. this morning, they will be looking at best ways to get 9er fans from caltrain to light rail to levi stadium in santa clara. the 49ers have sold out the first season at levi stadium. about 70% of candlestick park's season ticketholders bought seats in santa clara but at a
high price. new seat licenses cost between $2,000 and $80,000 and that's on top of actual season tickets that cost about twice at candlestick. the 49ers will sell 1500 standing-room only tickets for every game. fans have to sign up for a rewards program. a boy scout outing turns deadly. police in san diego are trying to determine if a 12-year-old shot himself on purpose or if it was an accident the he was found shot to death inside his tent at fiesta island park. police found the gun inside the tent. they are not sure how the boy got it. the boy scout spokesman said there are no firearms programs at the camp and the organization does not allow guns at their events. 7:41. developing news for the past few hours. a car slams into a home in san jose. coming up at 8:00, the chain of events that led up to this
frightening scene. and using shame to curb prostitution. the new website being used by one bay area city. we're looking at a commute where traffic in san jose is getting a little busier now. you can see it's crowded here at mckee road on the way up to sunnyvale. sunny for some inland. lows are running cooler. hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you be?
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a crash on sea ranch was deadly. a driver lost control, crossed the double yellow line and smashed into a large tree. two of the boys were pronounced dead shortly after the crash. the third victim is years old and died at the hospital. police are investigating whether alcohol played a role. herz playground in san francisco's visitacion valley neighborhood remains closed after a counselor was shot and killed right in front of a group of children. flowers and candles now mark the spot where alan calloway died friday afternoon. police say the 32-year-old was playing basketball with children from a nonprofit outeach program he worked for when a gunman walked up and shot him several times. >> somebody from the neighborhood who grew up and want to be involved changing kids 'lives. amazing. >> we want to make sure that we
reach out to the community, that if anyone has information, they can remain anonymous, to contact homicide investigators. >> the department of public health is offering grief counselors. city officials hope to open in the next couple of weeks. oakland is going after the pimps, prostitutes and the people who use them. pam cook in our newsroom with the new website that could prove to be very successful and also very embarrassing. pam, good morning. >> good morning. this website is to crack down on human trafficking. it shows the mugshot of pimps and purchasers, people who have been arrested and charged with soliciting prostitutes or related crimes. it also posts the names, date of birth and where they live. last week, oakland police, the district attorney's office and the fib announced -- fbi announced results of the sweep that led to the arrests of 16-
year-old lured into the section trafficking business. the website includes a statement that reads each person is presumed innocent until proven guilty. pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >> the man nan kins -- mankins in a window in a store window are being blamed for crashes. police say there have been eight crashes in the area in oklahoma city. a spokesperson for hustler said the claims are ridiculous. sal knows about distracted driving. >> most of the time it's your phone or eating. but now it's man nan kins -- ma
that mannaquins. i do want to mention that traffic 680 southbound from concord to walnut creek is slow if you are trying to get down to the san ramon valley. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza, it's about a 20-minute drive time as you drive into the city and you will be waiting for a little bit. 580 westbound is slow as it typically is. someone just asked me on my facebook page what this treat is. i -- street is. i think he's thinking of alternate routes. first street to stanley boulevard. it's gonna take you right to highway 84. a lot of people use 84 to get on 680. 580 does get better eventually in dublin. we have a little bit of a westerly breeze. for some it's much stronger than that. if you are closer to the delta.
there's a no doubt westerly breeze and that will equal to a cooler pattern. from yesterday's fog free to today's solid fog bank this morning, i just posted it on facebook. i've done my social media duties for the hour. breezy to windy it looks normal. not crazy hot. it does look warmer inland. kentwood, oakmont. 102. livermore, 105. antioch was 103. east san jose, 89. today, 86. 90, 87, 82, a big drop in some of the temperatures because the fog and west wind have come back. we'll go 65 in san francisco. that's 2 below average. we had higher clouds. the fog has not disappeared. there it is. there it is. like that it's gone. no, it's not. it's still there. there's a lot out there. a lot of is holding steady
between 51 off bodega bay and 57. more of a westerly breeze concord. brentwood, 65. that's down. i think they are 72 at the time yesterday. heidi said steve, yesterday was a scorcher. it will be cooler today. yes, it will be. san ramon at 60. walnut creek, 62. orinda, 59. some of those higher clouds, just favoring the sierra nevada. a little thundershower activity maybe popped up, they are moving too far north. a lot out there. 68 in reno. 60 ukiah. they will still be 95. but for most, with this much fog and that much of a delta breeze, that equals cooler. to the keerl. fog, sun, breeziy. there's a big fog bank out there. some of you have said steve, you go too fast on the
northerly temperatures. i hit that too soon. i'm working on it. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. walnut creek, 84. oakland, 70. san leandro. 70. 80 gilroy. that's down 6 from yesterday. it all equals cooler. i think it's a good 5, 15- degree drop. a lot of low clouds. a howling sea breeze is what antonio tells me. low 80s or upper 70s. the 4th looks like night and morning fog. i will tackle that on thursday. temperatures will warm up slightly as we go into the weekend away from the coast. until then we're back to status quo. nine minutes before 8:00. israel has carried out air strikes, all in retaliation for the death of three israeli teenagers. the teens were kidnapped more than two weeks ago as they
hitchhiked. their bodies were found yesterday under a pile of rocks in the west bank. valley blames hamas and the fbi is also investigating because one of the teens had dual citizenship. coming up, airport security concerns. the next hour of "mornings on 2," the specific threat that could soon prompt a nationwide change. high school football players preparing to tackle the upcoming season could notice a few changes. after the break, the new law affecting practices that has some coaches concerned.
and around cedar rapids. iowa's governor has declared five counties disaster areas. look out. oh, my gosh. >> also in iowa, several people were hurt when a heavy tarp blew around after a minor league baseball game. the grounds crew was trying to put the tarp over the field at the time. three people were taken to the hospital with possible concussions. 7:55. a group of people hoping to save doctors medical center is planning to picket this afternoon. the hospital is losing money and was set to close this month. but the contra costa county board of supervisors approved enough funding to allow it to continue to operate for the next couple of months as it looks for ways to downsize. this afternoon's rally is calling for the county to take over operations and keep it as a full-service hospital. about a month from now, high school football teams will
start to practice. but this year, players could notice changes. a new state law could limit full-contact games to 90 minutes. it's on governor brun's desk for signature. players who suffer a condition kution could be side lined for a week or until cleared by a doctor. coaches say two 90-minute situations compared to four might be more draining for the athletes. a judge has set ground rules for a trier to determine the future of the los angeles clippers. the trial of sterling verses sterling is set to begin monday in los angeles. a judge will decide if donald sterling's estranged wife shelley had the authority to sell the clippers to steve ballmer for $2 billion. yesterday, attorneys for both sides agreed to narrow the focus of the trial to family trust matters and donald
sterling's men exen tency -- competency is no longer an issue. coming up, why some commuters say they are being taken for a ride. >> reporter: a south bay couple is assaulted by intruders. we're live in san jose to show you how this all ended in a car crash. we're looking at crowded conditions now in parts of the south bay santa clara valley commute. look at northbound 101. this may be the remainder of slow traffic from an accident. we'll tell you what that is doing to highway 101 in palo alto. sunny inland but not as warm as yesterday. there will be a significant drop on many temperatures, even if you don't have the fog. there is a lot out there plus a westerly breeze. so your cooler forecast in about two minutes.
this is a live look at a home that was robbed in morning in san jose. the couple who lives here said the suspects woke them up and threatened them with weapons but there's much more to this story. ktvu's janine de la vega has been keeping an eye on the story since 4:30 a.m. coming up, the connection between this crime and a stolen car crashing into another san jose home this morning.
welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get your day started with weather and traffic. nobody better, meteorologist, steve paulson. >> thank you very much. 24 gusts to 31 at travis of the west at concord, 12 west at napa. these are not in place yesterday nor was a big big blanket of fog. there's a big one out there. still temperatures running -- they are in the 60s but they are 5, 8 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. there were low 70s by this time yesterday. that's not the case. 50s for some. by the coast it will be in the 50s and 60s. la honda, 51. ten better in los altos hills. i think they were 68 yesterday. palo alto at the airport, 64. hillsborough still says 54. talk about a blanket of fog. there it is. the tropical clouds. the higher clouds are gone. it will be breezy. cooler for most. that low cloud deck is in place. no fog on the coast yesterday. there are some there now in a
big way. there will still be some low 90s. 50s, 60s in the city. a crash in san jose has snarled all of the south bay traffic. it was in a bad spot. now people are avoiding 101 and using 280. i will tell you where the accident is in a moment. if you are thinking of 280 as an alternate route, it's slow. 280 is slow here. when we go to the maps, you can see it's slow all the way into the valley, into the silicon valley all the way through. 85 is slow from downtown san jose area as well. the accident is on northbound 101 right near the 880 interchange. it was in the lanes that pushed the toll shore der and -- it to the shoulder. traffic is backed up all the way back from -- neesh the yerba buena exit -- near the yerba buena exit and it stays that way. all of a sudden the white lines
mean a lot of slow traffic heading into the valley getting to palo alto and mountain view. give yourself extra time if this is your commute. the bay bridge is moderate. 20-minute delay getting into san francisco which is about normal once you get to the san francisco side, traffic does ease up. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we're following developing news in san jose where a home- invasion robbery ended with a stolen car crashing into a vacant home. janine de la vega is at the scene of the home invasion with more information on the investigation now underway and how the victims are doing. janine? >> reporter: brian, there is still a lot of police officers here on the scene. it has been quite an ordeal for the couple that lives here in the gray two-story home right there. police say the couple was sleeping and they shouldn'tly woke up to -- suddenly woke up two find two intruders in there threatening them. here's a map. the home invasion occurred on sun shadow lane in east san
jose around 4:00 this morning. authorities say the suspects then traveled on highway 101 for several miles where you see the blue line there. in an suv they stole from the home. a chp car followed it and it crashed at singleton and center road. here is a video. the chp followed the vehicle because it was speeding. they arrested the 15-year-old male passenger. he's at juvenile hall. the male driver ran away which prompted police to set up a promptmy ter and do a -- perimeter and do a yard-to-yard search. they were unable to locate him. police are processing evidence at the home. police say the suspects forced their way into the home and woke up the couple who lived there. one of them was assaulted. police are not revealing details of what weapons they used. that victim was taken to a nearby hospital for non-life-
threatening injuries. we asked officers if people in the neighborhood should be concerned. >> i wouldn't say that there's any particular reason to be more concerned than usual. everyone should always be on the lookout and be careful. but as to exactly why this happened at this location and why this particular house, that's all part of what we're gonna try to learn during our investigation. >> reporter: the stolen suv was towed from the crash scene and taken by police. they will be taken fingerprints off of it and searches it for evidence. they will be looking to see if any items were stolen from the home invasion are located inside. police continue to have the neighborhood where the home invasion occurred roped off with crime tape while they investigate. they are still looking to see if any of the homes around here have surveillance cameras that captured anything and they are conducting interviews. they don't have any description to release for the second suspect still at large in the case. as far as the couple who was robbed, we're told by a police
sergeant here that they are doing remarkably well considering what they just went through. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 8:04. new this morning, firefighters say they spotted more than just flames when responding to a house fire in richmond a few hours ago. crews say they found a pot growing operation inside a home on hellings avenue. the fire was first reported around 4:00 this morning. crews had the fire under control a short time later. investigators say the home was vacant when the fire started. and this morning firefighters are trying to figure out what started a brush fire that threatened a number of homes in south san jose. it burned about 125 acres near santa teresa county park and curry drive, south of highway 8 a. the fire started around -- 8 a. the fire started around 1:45 yesterday afternoon and spread up the hill. homes were evacuated near the burnside but people were able
to return. one woman said she saw a young man running from the area shortly after the fire started. but fire investigators have not said if they believe the fire was intentionally set. 8:05. in fairfield, firefighters are warning people about the dangers of fireworks after sparklers ignited a large grass fire. it was reported at 9:30 at waterman boulevard above highway 80. firefighters say this is close to a trailer park for senior citizens. firefighters say this area has burned several times in the last few years so they knew what to expect. a fire investigator found sparklers near where the fire began. all types of fireworks are illegal in fairfield. this year, the dry conditions and heat make it more dangerous to use them. >> lighting them off in the little street is dangerous but in an open field is a recipe for disaster. >> firefighters say they were able to get ahead of the fire at the last moment before it got out of control. in oakland, firefighters have set up a collection bin
for people who turn in fireworks, no questions asked. all fireworks are illegal in oakland and if you are caught with them, you face a fine of $1,000. now, on ktvu.com, we have a list of all of the oakland fire stations with collection barrels just look under the to the hoppics section -- dash under the hot topics section. a 911 call came in around 4:20 a.m. witnesses spot a body in the lanes on northbound 880 near the 8th avenue onramp. a coca-cola big rig was pulled over to the side. investigators are not sure if the truck hit the woman killing her or if the woman jumped from the freeway overcrossing. a busy san jose exit is open after a frightening incident last night. investigators say a driver committed suicide after leading officers on the high-speed chase and ramming another car.
the sheriff's office says the man's family alerted authorities that he left the suicide note before driving from their san jose home. deputies then spotted his car on highway 101 and gave chase. the man took the tully road offramp, hit a car with two people inside, then stopped and shot himself. the two people in the other car were not seriously hurt. san francisco police are investigating a man's death which prompted a hazardous materials response in the richmond district. firefighters were doing a welfare check at a building at 43rd and clement yesterday morning. they found a man dead in an apartment and they detected what they thought might be dangerous fumes. that prompted a brief evacuation. but hazmat teams determined there were no dangerous gases and everyone was let back in a few hours later. happening today -- if you rely on a.c. transit to get around, be prepared for some changes. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live from an a.c. transit bus stop in oakland with more on what is being
eliminated. good morning, tara. >> reporter: well, good morning. some people are not hampy about these -- happy about the paper transfers being eliminated. starting today, you will have to buy an all-day pass to board the bus. that will cost you $5. a.c. transit wanted to implement program because it would take less time for people to board the bus. it's expected to save money by eliminating fraud from transfers. we spoke to one woman who takes b.a.r.t. and the bus every weekday into oakland for her job. she said instead of paying $1.25 for her bus transfer now she will have to cough up an extra $3.25 a day. >> i came in all the way from antioch. i take the bus. i take b.a.r.t. and then this one.
>> reporter: now, anyone using a clipper card will automatically have the all-day pass. she says she will be forced to buy one. the problem is, many riders say clipper cards are not easy for them to fid. they are sold -- find. they are sold in stores like walgreens but are not widely available in low-income neighborhood. a.c. transit is working to fix the problem they say. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. also today, golden gate transit and ferry prices are going up. bus fares are increasing between 25 cents and 50 cents but there's no change to marin county. rides on the sausalito and larkspur will cost 25 cents more. fares for clipper cards will not increase as much on some routes. changes approved by san francisco muni go into effect. there is a one dollar increase in the price of parking permits for people who live in the city or businesses that operate there. starting this sunday, parking meters are free again on
sundays in most locations and in september, bus fares go up 25 cents. monthly pass prices will increase $2 to $68. so just be prepared for changes. 8:10. coming up a former military building in vallejo is being taken over by squatters. coming up at 8:30, the frustrating problem that has no easy solution. a big change for southwest. after the break, a new course the airline is taking starting today. good morning. if you are driving on -- pardon me. if you are driving on 280 at the 880 interchange, you will see slow traffic. that's because of a problem on 101 that's clearing up. we'll tell you how people are trying to get around the problem. there might be a problem with some fog if you are on highway 1. there is a lot out there. misty conditions. inland temperatures will be warm to hot. but not as hot as yesterday. hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you be?
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new security concerns could prompt major changes at airports across the country. terrorists are trying to come up with explosives that cannot be detected by current security measures. in response, authorities made direct airports nationwide to update screening procedures. >> we remain concerned about the capability of some of these elements to develop weapons that could be thwarted by our current security systems. >> federal officials say there's not an imminent threat
or plot. today, southwest airlines makes it first international flight. the discount carrier mass more flights in the u.s. han any other airline but -- than any other airline but until today it's never flown to an airport outside of the u.s. starting today, southwest flies to the bahamas, aruba and jamaica. it will add four other international destinations before the end of the year. 8:15. president obama plans to expand safeguards for federallens dra gender workers. he announced the move last night during a reception at the white house marking pride month. the executive order offers formal protection because it would add gender identity to a list of other protected classes such as race. at least two other measures already prevent the federal government from firing people for being transgender. so the president's announcement was largely symbolic. advocates say the move is a powerful act of recognition for the transgender community. san francisco police are investigating a possible hate
crime after two women were attacked during gay pride weekend. it happened saturday along 9th street near mission at 5:30 p.m. investigators say the women were leaving a festival when a group of men approached they. police then say the -- them. police then say the men made derogatory comments and punched and kicked the women. both women have scrapes and bruises. one of them has a broken wrist. anyone who saw happened is asked to call san francisco police. former san francisco mayor willie brown is being credited with breaking the impasse in the muni contract talks. last night union members met for an emergency meeting to review the agreement formally announced yesterday. muni operators would get a 14% raise over three years enough to cover increased pension costs to the workers. but it could still be a tough sell to many rank and file muni workers. >> there's a difference between the people that were here before and the people that just
came in. >> you are not happy with it. >> i'm not really happy with it. >> i'm cautiously optimistic. i think it's a great sign that we got to a point that the union leadership seems happy with. it's a deal if it works for us, it's a deal that seems to work for them. >> both sides credit willie brown with brokering the deal. muni workers are scheduled to work on a proposal next week. the tentative agreement came after contentious negotiations and a three-day sickout one month ago. that's because they can't go on strike. >> right. that's good news they've come to a tentative agreement. >> yes. let's go to sal keeping an eye on traffic. we're at the san mateo bridge. what's it like on 101 san jose? >> it will be slow. yeah. the traffic is slow, brian and tori, because of an earlier crash that was in the lanes, northbound 101 at the 880 interchange. things are improving. they got the crash off the shoulder. a lot of the being towed off.
101 is still slowing down. so is 280 getting into the valley. if your trip into sunnyvale or cupertino is on schedule, i'm sure it is for most of you, please give yourself extra time. 85 is not a good alternate route. bay bridge toll plaza has improved just a little bit. 15 to 20-minute delay getting into san francisco. people are asking me about 880 through san leandro and oakland northbound and southbound. things are improved after a much earlier crash that did block lanes. that's been gone for more than an hour now. traffic is finally recovering. it's 8:18. let's go to steve. a lot of fog back from yesterday when the coast was clear. that's not the case today. low clouds and fog have filled in almost all the way up and down the coast. some of that has moved locally inland. weather headlines have focused
on that. kenwood, oakmont. we get the strong south breeze to continue, they will drop 20 degrees. if not, they will be in the mid- 80s. it will be much, much cooler than yesterday. 65 san francisco. that's 2 below average for this time of year. this should be 67 on july 1st. there's your fog. a lot of that is working its way up. it's filling in the coast. yesterday it was down towards san luis obispo. by 1:00, it was really flying. temperatures took a stumble. 10, 20-degree drop about 4:00. 31 gusts to travis. that's important because yesterday was calm. west at concord, i think you get the idea. 60s on the temperatures. a lot of these were on the low 70s. that's not the case. it will still be warm. but not nearly as warm. higher elevations are cooling down. but there's still some areas that are in the 70s. yesterday they were in the 70s
to near 80. 61 san jose state. saratoga, 61. higher clouds, tropical clouds gave a little feel of that humidity in the mix. that's moved north. a lot of that clipped the sierra nevada. it's not going anywhere. 73 up in reno. it was hot yesterday. it will be hot again year. 61 tahoe. 90s in truckee. it will probably be 88 today. with us it looks like a cooldown. a lot of fog. it will be sunny. mostly sunny. won't be the higher clouds. breezy, windiy, cooler to most. up to mendocino county. but fog, nights morning clearing, 60s, 70s. 80s on the temperatures. it looks warmer through the interior. 80 novato. 90 st. helena. kentfield, 75. napa, 82. vallejo, 76. a couple of reports of a howling sea breeze out around benicia earlier. martinez, 79.
low 90s. oakley, yes, yes. but much cooler. danville, san ramon and then 68 berkeley. i went the same for el cerrito, thank you for the information there. 78 in fremont. 60s, 50s on the coast. there is a lot of fog. misty conditions over by el granada. 76 san mateo and 79 mountain view and menlo park. night and morning fog will take us into thursday. high pressure in the four corners it begins to build back. that will warm inland locations. >> thank you, steve. prostitution crackdown after the break, the way oakland police are using the internet to shame people connected to the illegal activity. it's sad. we've been camping all our lives. this is the first time anything like this has happened. >> up next, a decision at a popular bay area park that's disappointing some campers.
california's drought is forcing some campers to find somewhere else to go this summer. san mateo county is closing the popular memorial park in loma mar to overnight campers through midoctober. pescadero creek is the only water source to the park and the water has dropped to an emergency level. the park is now giving people who had reservations a refund or changing their reservations to next year. it's a move the park says will cost them $350,000 this summer.
even though it's off limits to overnight campers, people can still use the 500-acre park during the day. >> being i'm 87, i don't have too many more years i can do this. >> it's sad. i've's been camping all our lives. this is the first time anything like this has happened. >> people who visit the park during the day will have to bring their own water. the park is also saving water by putting up portable toilets and closing the flushable ones. the campground closure is a first in the park's 90-year history. 8:25. a south carolina state trooper has been suspended without pay after threatening to use a taser on an nfl player during a traffic stop. >> if you can't follow my commands, the next thing you get will be a tase. spread your feet. >> this dashcam video shows the incident last wednesday in lawrence county, south
carolina. officials say sam montgomery was going 89 miles an hour in a 55-mile-an-hour zone. the south carolina department of public safety says a trooper can use discretion to arrest a person for going more than 25 miles per hour over the speed limit. but it also says this trooper's behavior was not professional. as you know, it's a big day for the u.s. men's soccer team. a win over belgium and they advance to the quarterfinals. once again, the city of san francisco will set up a big screen in the civic center plaza. it's estimated that u.s. businesses will lose $682 million of work productivity. a large crowd turned out for the match against germany. at 9:00, the argentina match will be shown this morning. facebook says the international soccer tournament has triggered 1 billion
interactions. most action is being driven by brazil. the game that's drummed up the most activity was brazil's opening match against croatia. coming up, a new allegation concerning last month's car crash involving oakland's mayor. the key piece of information the other person involved in the crash claims jean quan had not handed over yet. a former military building in vallejo taken over by squatters. we're following a new development happening right now. still some residual slow traffic it from an earlier crash on 101 in san jose. it has put people on 280 and 280 is very slow. we'll give you the south bay roundup straight ahead. we'll give you the roundup on the fog. it's from san diego, it looks like almost past crescent city, heading up to oregon. it will cool down. we'll show you that -- coming up.
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welcome back. we're live in vallejo where, as you can see right now, police clearing out some homeless people who have been squatting at an abandoned building there. this is not the first time. they cleared it out yesterday. at least four times before that. coming up in two minutes, alex savidge will tell us why the squatters say they keep coming back and what's frustrating neighbors and what they are saying about it as well. good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. 8:30. let's get your day started with weather and traffic. steve is here with the forecast. you can see the fog bavg. i just tweeted -- bank. i just tweeted it out. it's from san diego moving to oregon. there's a lot out there. there will be some areas up in mendocino county, lake county or out towarding vacaville that
will struggle with warm temperatures. 50s, 60s, down from yesterday. still warm air aloft but not the 70s and 80s. a lot of 50s and 60s that were in the 70s yesterday. speaking of the fog, there it goes. the higher clouds from yesterday which no doubt about it put a little tropical feel in the mix. cooler for most today. there's a lot of low clouds out there. misty drizzly for a few. 50s, 60s, 70s, coast and bay. mainly 80s now. a few 90s inland. here's sal. good morning, steve. >> we have a lot of slow traffic on the south bay commute because of an earlier crash and also because it's the middle of the commute here. 101 we had a crash at 880 it wasn't in the lanes for a bit. it was an injury crash. chp and the first responders did a good job in getting it out of the lanes. but the damage is done. 101 is very slow so is 280 in
the area. if you are driving up -- let me get raid of it. if you are -- rid of it. if you are driving northbound 101 i think it will be slow all the way up to palo alto as you drive up to the lawrence expressway and beyond that. southbound 101 is also very slow into mountain view. if you can use 280 as an alternate that would be better. 880 northbound. superslow all of a sudden getting up to the commute with downtown oakland. it's probably something new because a second ago we checked it out and things were lighter than usual. there's something going on. we'll get to the bottom of it here on northbound 880 as you come up. it looks like there is a crash, northbound 880 at oak street. all lanes were open but i guess it had an effect on traffic as far back as the coliseum. and finally, at the bay bridge toll plaza, this is about a 15- minute dray-- delay. we'll keep following 880 where that crash at oak street has
made a mess of the commute. happening now a new developing in the story we've been following from vallejo. it involves squatters who are inside a building near mare island. alex savidge joins us live now and alex, what's going on out there? >> reporter: right now, vallejo police officers are behind me clearing out this abandoned building. if you listen here, you can hear an officer is using a loudspeaker right now on the megaphone ordering people inside of that building to come out right now. they are warning people, anyone who is still hiding out inside the building that the building will be boarded up shortly. this action is being taken one day after police came and they cleared this place out and boarded the building up. but late last night, someone boarded up the place and someone says at least 30 homeless people stayed here overnight. neighbors say this world war ii era building at tennessee and wilson avenue has been an
eyesore for the past decade. it's known for prostitution, drug dealing and violent crime. the city has cleared the place out on several occasions and again, they were ju. here yesterday and now -- they were just here yesterday and they were taking some action. let me show you video. they were pulling some people out voluntary. they were coming out and being placed into handcuffs and being taken away. one person staying here last night, one of the squatters living inside this building says that he is aware and everybody inside is aware that they are trespassing but he says they just don't have any other options. >> every time they come in and secure it, we'll tear the door off. i'm under the assumption that the city is supposed to supply with us a homeless shelter. >> and this building was known as the badge and pass building. it was the first stop to get onto the old mare island navy
base. police say over the years, it's turned into a haven for the homeless in the area. neighbors say they would like to see this building demolished and that's something that the city is looking into. but again, the action we're seeing this morning, just about a half-hour or oago, a number of -- a half-hour ago, a number of officials moved into the building and they realized there were quite a few people inside. we're told 30 people stayed inside. vallejo police are ordering all of those people to come out. the building will be boarded back up. we're live this morning in vallejo, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. thank you. 8:35. new this morning, two men are in the hospital after being stabbed in the street fight in san francisco. it happened at 2:15 this morning on o'farrell and larkin in the tenderloin district. police say it started with some kind of fight involving a large crowd. police say they will look at surveillance video in hopes of
finding the suspects. anyone with information is asked to call police. his job was to protect students. now a campus supervisor for a livermore charter school is accused of molesting a former student. 30-year-old jason quero is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl at livermore charter school back in 2010 and 2011. the girl reported the alleged molestation to police last week. quero was arrested on friday and fired from his job. >> we're not ruling out the idea of additional victims but we don't have anything that's pointing to additional victims. we're hoping that parents will talk to their kids. >> police say quero also taught cau rautty class -- karate classes. police are asking anyone who thinks their child may have been a victim to come forward. there are new questions about the recent car crash involving oakland mayor jean quan.
this is surveillance video of mayor quan's suv moments before it collided with another car at market and 26th streets. the attorney for the other driver said quan has not provided proof of insurance. the mayor has not responded to our request for comment but she tells the chronicle the car is insured by the city. the other driver's attorney said he's sent a letter to quan asking for insurance details and quan says she gave the letter to the city's lawyer. jury deliberations resume in the civil trial involving former b.a.r.t. police officer johannes mehserle. oscar grant's father claims johannes mehserle maliciously killed grant. johannes mehserle shot and killed grant on january 1st, 2009 at the fruitvale b.a.r.t. station. johannes mehserle said he intended to fire his taser. the jury must decide johannes mehserle's intention and whether grant's father, who is in prison for murder, is entitled to damages. caltrans is warning drivers about another major closure of
280 in san francisco that begins tomorrow night. this time, the northbound lanes will be closed during the 4th of july holiday weekend for freeway repair. caltrans is shutting down the lanes between the 101/280 interchange in downtown san francisco. the closure scheduled to begin at 9:00 tomorrow night. the freeway is scheduled to reopen at 5:00 on monday morning. now the southbound lanes will remain open. you may remember a stretch of southbound 280 in san francisco was closed over the memorial day weekend for a similar highway repair project. another 280 closure is planned for the labor day holiday weekend. this morning, the 49ers will have another mass transit dry run for levi stadium which opens in less than five weeks. the niners are teaming up to make sure things go smoothly on game days. this morning, they will be looking at the best ways to get niner fans from caltrain to
light to the stadium in santa clara. the 49ers have sold out the first season at levi stadium. about 70% of candlestick park season ticketholders bought seats in santa clara but at a pretty high price. new seat licenses cost between $2,000 and $80,000. and that's on top of the actual season tickets which cost about twice what they did at candlestick. the 49ers will sell 1500 standing-room only tickets for every game. a leppy khan style green hop tap -- lepry caun leprechaun green hat helped track down a criminal. according to police a man wearing a green hat tried to crash a wedding reception in san rafael. after he was asked to leave, a man saw him light a lighter or
matches in a brush. the fire was put. he was arrested two blocks away. coming up, a deadly shooting at a park filled with children triggers and immediate response by san francisco police. in 16 minutes, the action they plan to take to keep kids safe. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police are on the scene investigating a home invasion. an elderly woman was woken up by police. we're learning of a disturbing new twist in this investigation. good morning. we're looking at a commute where it's still very slow in many areas including san jose on northbound 280. the traffic is going to be slow all the way up to cupertino. we'll tell you more about this and other commutes. that didn't take long from fog free yesterday to a big fog bank which is moving all the way up the coast. it will be cooler for most. we'll take a look at that coming up.
island there. this is the second time in two days police have moved in on the squatters. tart starting -- starting today, there are no more paper transfers. they are using unlimited use all day passs that cost $5. critics say this new fare plan is unfair to low income riders. and we have a major new piece of information on the developing news we've been following since early this morning. a home-invasion robbery ended with a stolen car crashing into a home a few miles away. janine de la vega is at the scene of the home invasion where she just learned the investigation has taken a disturbing turn. >> reporter: we just learned from police that one of the victims in this home invasion, an 85-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by one of the suspects during this crime that occurred in this neighborhood near capitol expressway and ocala. that's why crime scene technicians have been taking
their time collecting evidence. here is a map of the two crime scenes. this occurred on sun shadow lane in east san jose around 4:00 a.m. this morning. authorities say the suspect traveled on highway 101 for several miles where you see that yellow line in an suv they had stolen from the home. the chp car followed it and it crashed at singleton and senter road. here is video of the red suv that crashed into a vacant home. chp officers didn't realize it was tied to a home invasion. they started to follow it because it was speeding. after the vehicle crashed, they arrested the 15-year-old male passenger. the male driver ran away which prompted police to set up a perimeter and do a yard to yard search. they were unable to locate him. police are processing evidence at the home invasion. they say the elderly couple was sleeping and was woken up by two intruders. that's when the woman was
sexually assaulted. police are not revealing too many details. a couple lives at the residence. forcible entry was made. they woke up to find people in their house. what happened of a that. >> the robbery took place. i'm not gonna get into much more detail than that. there were weapons involved. i'm not gonna go into much more detail than that. >> reporter: the stolen suv was towed and waken by police. they will be taking fingerprints off of it, searching for evidence looking to see if there are any stolen items from the home invasion inside of it. police continue to have the neighborhood where this home invasion occurred roped off with crime tape while they investigate. they are looking to see if any of the homes out here had surveillance captured, if it captured anything. they are conducting interviews. but as i mentioned because of this disturbing news, an 85- year-old woman was sexually assaulted during this, they are
taking their time. they haven't released yet any information on that second suspect. you can bet they are gonna be interviewing the juvenile that they have in custody right now to find out who he was working with. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 8:46. oakland is cracking down on sex trafficking. pam cook is in the newsroom with reaction to a new website that could prove to be very successful and also very embarrassing. good morning, pam. >> good morning. the new website shows the pimps and the purchasers. now, it's the latest effort in alameda county to fight sex trafficking in the bay area. it shows the mugshots of people who have been arrested and charged with soliciting prostitutes or related crimes. it also posts their names, dates of births and where they live. we talked to some people this morning and asked them what they think about the new website. >> i don't approve of that.
basically, a person is not guilty until proven innocent. >> i think they will find another avenue. there's always the internet. it's -- they gotta start somewhere. >> now, last week, oakland police, the district attorney's office and the fbi announced the ruts of a sweep that led to the rescue of six teenagers who had been lured into the sex trafficking business. on the website it says that those people are innocent until proven guilty but let me tell you a lot of people weighing in. we tweeted this out and people have a lot to say on both sides of the issue. reporting live in the newsroom, pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. 8:48 right now. sal, 880 not looking too bad this morning. >> well, we had an earlier accident at oak street. it wasn't there for too long. but 8le 80 is -- 80 -- but 880 always slow.
this is a lot of the late- morning traffic trying to get into downtown. if that's you and you have to make that commute, give yourself extra time. it was just doing well and had just recovered when the crash happened. if you missed it, you dodged a bullet there. bay bridge toll plaza, that is backed up a little bit but now it's only about a 10, 12-minute delay getting into san francisco. and traffic actually does look better on the bridge as well. i want to mention san jose, we've been looking at it. it's not improved. 101 is slow solid from 280 all the way up into palo alto. 8:49. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. a very good morning. a cloudy morning for some. sunny for others. probably notice fresher breeze an cooler temperatures. that's because fog has come charging up the coast. it's from baja up to sowrn oregon. it was down to santa barbara. it didn't take long. it's there. it will give us a cooldown. probably until friday and then things warm up a little bit. not a lot. more of a westerly breeze or
west-southwest for most. in fact, including napa and out to livermore, i've seen a westerly component to the breeze. west at 6. i know that's not much. but yesterday it was calm. san jose a southeast breeze. and a southerly breeze around half moon bay. there is even been reports of misty drizzly conditions. yesterday at this time, i think we were 74 in livermore. today it's 64. i know that's still warm but we're on a cooler pattern. 50s for some. there will be a few locations on the coast that do not get out of the 50s. it will still be hot up in lake county, middletown, clearlake, lakeport, you will be in the 90s to 100. but for most it will cooldown. healdsburg, is 57. 60 foster city. palo alto, menlo park and laos ail aptos hills all -- los altos hills. that's good company. had some tropical clouds. a couple of friends said what's
that? they rose up, went up. they are gone. they moved north. 61 in tahoe. 66 sacramento. 5 monterey. they will be -- 65 monterey. there's a lot of low clouds around. temperatures will go all over the place. if you are far enough inland they will be in the 80s to 90s. most locations as we head to the 4th looks pretty quiet. 60s, 70s and 80s. 60s to 90s. clearlake, 96. yes, that's hot. 68 berkeley. 66 alameda. 90 gilroy. but 81 san jose. 68 santa cruz. 60 daly city and 80 in redwood city. looks like quiet until the end of the week and then the weekend is a little warmer. nine minutes before 9:00. vanished into thin air. a prop featured in a film
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the plan is for a new group of children to arrive every three days. some people who live in the area are protesting, the mayor is urging everyone to speak out while also reassuring them the immigrants will not be released onto the streets. >> once they are processed, they will be released to i.c.e. agents who are make sure they get to their destination and/or transportation hubs. >> we can scream loud. the citizens can have town halls, rallies, protests, let them know how we feel. it can be changed. the u.s. border patrol says they have caught more than 52,000 children just in the past nine months trying to cross the border into the u.s. alone. one child was found dead this month. 8:55. herz playground in san francisco's visitacion valley remains closed after a counselor was shot and killed in front of a group of
children. allen calloway died friday afternoon. police say the 32-year-old was playing basketball with kids from a nonprofit outreach group he worked for when a gunman walked up and shot him several times. >> human being, who grew up in the lifestyle and wanted to be involved in changing kids' lives right there. amazing. >> we want too make sure that we reach out to the community, that if anyone has information they can remain information to contact homicide investigators. >> the department of public health is offering grief counseling for calloway's coworkers as well as students. city officials hope to reopen the playground in the next couple of weeks. a bench scene in the popular movie, the fault in our stars has disappeared in amsterdam. it's about two teens living with cancer. in the film, the two talk and share a kiss on the green bench but that bench is now gone. no one noticed the bench was missing for a month because a
large flowerpot was put in its place. apparently city workers may have taken the bench away for repairs mistakenly. the city plans to replace it. today two lucky viewers will win four tickets to the monterey bay awarial. the tickets are good any time. but the aquarium is urging people to come to evenings by the bay. this means extended hours on saturdays and sundays with live music and wine. to enter go to ktvu.com before midnight tonight and enter the secret word "otter." >> otter. >> otter. yes. >> okay. i was there three weeks ago. about a month ago. i had the best time. >> yes. people not having a good time on the roadway, especially on 880. sal? >> it's pretty slow trying to get up to downtown oakland. usually 880 is slow at this time because a lot of late crowd comes in. we had an earlier accident near oak and that jammed things up. the accident is gone. bay bridge toll plaza has improved quite a bit, about a ten-minute drive into san
francisco. the south bay, a lot of slow traffic here on 101, especially. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a lot of low clouds and fog. that's not something i said yesterday. it was clear and it was hot. but temperatures today drop pretty significantly. cooler by the coast. a little warmer inland. >> all right, steve. thank you so much. that's our report for this morning. we always thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. >> be sure to watch the news at noon for more on the shocking news we reported a short time ago. police say an 85-year-old woman was sexually assaulted during a home invasion in san jose. thanks for watching. hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you be?
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